17 October 2009

Conservative paper attacks public servants saying they threaten economy. For its evidence they cite

1. A report by the conservative Julie Novak of the right-wing think-tank the Institute of Public Affairs
2. An ultra-conservative free marketeer champion professor Scott Prasser from the newly established Public Policy Institute, which the paper's editor-in-chief Paul Kelly helped to launch (bit of a free plug for the new institute)
3. A conservative politician from the Liberal Party in NSW.

Good to see balanced reporting in The Australian. I was starting to get worried they were going to show some bias in their reporting.

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